Moebius Model King 1/25 1969 Ford F-100 Custom Cab Short Bed Model Kit Review




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anusheadproductions: v6!

John Carden: are there any reviews on the 70 short bed ford

Jeff Middleton: Very good review.Great job.

Mike Adams: Guess I might have a little bit of an advantage on this model.I can probably put it together without the instructions. I owned and rebuilt a 69 Ford Ranger F-100 lwb. lol I know where everything goes. lol

Mr THOMSON: I remember building this year's ago the 71 Ranger, Star truck the kit was from AMT Matchbox so I'm looking forward to building this new one! gonna go order it tonight when get home I think!

FUBAR Model Yard: Very cool. Love stripper trucks. Um stripped down trucks. I don't know any strippers with trucks.

Gerald Parker: ha Pat I really enjoyed your review on the 69&71 f 100 kits! you probably know the 69 shortbed that you could take a 53 to56 stepside bed an use it too make a correct 69 stepwise Ford used that bed 53 to72 .

kane Smith: i love these trucks i own a 67

Nick Webb: its a shame this is not sold in the u.k  I could order it from the states but I would get shafted by u.k  customs as I have been in the past and it gets very costly to buy. if any body knows if there is  any body selling this model in the u.k please let me know asi would loveto add this one to my collection of trucks

MrBreeze: I just got the '71 Ranger, I'm getting this one too. I'm a Ford Fanatic, and it was a pleasant surprise to get a "bump side" model kit!

Jon Serkspawn777: You made me buy this kit.
Love it, I build my stuff factory stock....so this was right up my alley.
1st low production kit. Instruction sheet is nothing I've ever seen. The grille is amazing.
Thanks for this.

FraGNet0: This is a good looking kit sir, thanks for the share.

steve courtney: Thank you for the review, can't wait to get one

Lazy Eyed Modeler: So happy to see a review of the 69. Many thanks for doing this.

BIGPOPRL: Great job! Thanks!

VisionONE24 JORGE: Nice review on both new Trucks! I have 2 short beds on their way. So excited. Bin waiting impatiently for these to come out.

Thomas Willis: Great review. I didn't know I wanted it until now.

AMERICAN LEGEND: Another cool kit, MANNN I love that thing.

B.S.G Kustoms!: Nice review, thanks. Happy building

classicplastic101: Great review Chris, I didnt know it came with a straight six. I want one now.
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Moebius Model King 1/25 1969 Ford F-100 Custom Cab Short Bed Model Kit Review 5 out of 5

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Zak Hoskins: I have one of these handy hands. Right now I'm currently using it as a door stop because that's about as useful as I've been able to make it. I always have issues with the clamps not moving where I need them to and falling off the main assembly at inopportune times. It is cheap, but I currently prefer using a Panavise 209. It's about $30, but it has way more axes of rotation than the handy hands, can grip a much broader piece if need be, and can be placed virtually anywhere. Just my 0.02 USD. The handy hands may work fine for you, but I've found the 209 irreplaceable for sculpting miniatures and doing electronics work.
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Moebius Model King 1/25 1969 Ford F-100 Custom Cab Short Bed Model Kit Review